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22 J&JeiJHirflfte9ister*Mgj|, Galesburg, Monday, July 2, 1973 Market Reports Today Nerle Llviitotk f>EOMA, HI, (UP!) - Live, stock*;;:;* Cattle 2,500; steers and heifers 25 higher; steers choice and prime 4ft.00-46.25, 1 load 48.25; choice 46.50 • 48.00; mixed good and choice 050 -1.200 lb 45.0046.50; good 000 -1300 lb 43.0045.00; high choice and prime heifers 46.75-47.50; choice 45.0046.75. Hogs 3,000; 50-75 higher; No 1 -2 200-240 lb 40.50-41.00; No 1 -3 200 -260 40.0040.50; No 2-3 250280 lb 39.00-40.00, 280-200 38 .5030 .00; No 3-4 330-350 lb 36 .0037.00. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral 8 AUdChem 33% Alld Mills 24% Alld Strs 23y4 Alls Chal 8V4 Alcoa 58% Am Air 10% Am Ceri 32V« Am Cyan 23% AmElPwr 26% Am Mtrs 7 Am T&T 50% Anaconda 17% Ashl Oil 26% Atl Rich 83% Avco 9 Bea Fds 22% Bendix 34% Beth Stl 26% Boeing 17% Borden 21% 111 Pwr 27% Inland Stl 20% IBM 312% Int Harv 27% Int Nick 27% Int Paper 34 Int T&T 30 Iowa P&L 22% Johns-Mn 20% Kennecott 24% Kresge 33V8 Kroger WA Lib McN 4% Litton 8% Lockhd 5% Mar Oil 29 Maytag 27% Merck 89% Minn Min 83% Mobil Oil 63% Monsanto 51% Cap C Bdg 42% Nat Bis 43% Catplr 57% Olin Corp 13% Celanese 31% Cen II Lt 22% Cen Tel 23 Cessna 17% Chrysler 23% Cities Svc 46% Coca-Cola 142 Outbd M 30% Owens-Ill 29% Penn Cen 1% Penney 76% Pepsi Cola 81% Pfizer 46% Phil Pet 52% Colum Gas 27% Procter G 103 Coram Ed 31 Quak Oat 30% Comsat 45% RCA 23 Cons Ed 23 Rep Stl 23% Cont Can 26% Revlon 58 Cont Oil 32% Safeway 29% OPC Ml 28% St. Regis 36% Dana 29% SanFelnd 23% Deere 38% Sears 93% Du Pont 166% Shell Oil 52% Eastman 135% Simmons 17% Exxon 97% So Pac 31% Falstaff 3% Sperry 40'/ 4 Firestone 18% Std Bds 50% Ford Mtrs 54% SO Ind 86% Fruehauf 25 Stvns JP 25% Gam Sko 27 Gen Dyna 16% Gen El 56% Gen Fds 24% Gen Mtrs 66% Gen Tel 28% Gen Tire 18% Goodrich 20% Goodyear 22% Greyhnd 14 Gulf Oil 22% 111 Cent 18% Stude 34% Texaco 34% Tex Inst 85'/4 Un Carb 33% Un El 16% Utd Corp 7% US Gyps 21% US Stl 30 West Un 21% Wstghs El 34% Weyerh 58% Woolwrth 21% Markets «t a Glanea By United Press International Stocks lower in slow trading. Bonds lower. U.S. government bonds lower in quiet trading. American stocks lower in slow trading. Cotton futures mostly higher. Cattle tirade steady; Hop 48.50. 4 FAMILY Backyard Sale 1361 W. Fremont TUESDAY, July 3rd ( a.m. to ?? Clothes of all size & misc. Items. GARAGE SALE 764 Mulberry TUESDAY. July 3id 7:30 B .m. - • p.m. Nice clothes, aU sizes, bottles, jewelry, toys, books, sofa, nlc- nacs, bar-b-que grill — majiy misc. BACKYARD SALE 729 E. BERRIEN Tues,, July 3 UNTIL FRIDAY, JULY ( 1:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Daily Clothes, nic nacs, comic books', lots of baked goods. BACKYARD SALE 213 Indiana Ave. TUES., JULY 3 9 AM - ? Little Bit of Everything. GALESBURG GRAIN MARKET Consumer Grain & Supply Co. Market may either go up or down by 1:30 p.m. when final bid arrives, 11:30 o'clock bid. No. 2 Corn (old) $2.05 New Corn $1.77 No. 1 Beans (new) $5 .64 GALESBURG ORDER BUYERS Burlington Northern Stockyards Quotations: No. 1-2: 200-230 $39.50^39.75 No. 1-3: 200-230 $39.25-$39.50 No. 1-3: 230-260 $38.25-$39.25 No. 2-3: 260-300 $36.50-$38.25 Packing Sows: $32.75-$34.25 XEWANEE AUCTION REPORT June 81, 1973 Recaipii Cattle Calve* H091 Shaap CATTLE: Receipts mainly feeder cattle. Demand good. Feeder steers and heifers steady. Cows 50c high er. FEEDER CATTLE: Good 550-750 lb. steers 43.00-48.50; some Choice 400 lb. heifers 52.50; Good 400-500 lb. 42.75-47.50. COWS AND BULLS: Cutter and Utility cows 32.50-36.00. HOGS: Receipts mainly feeder pigs. Demand good. Prices steady. FEEDER PIGS: U.S. 1-2 30-40 lb 20.25-26.75; 40-50 lb. 26.50-28,10; all sold by the head; U.S. 1-3 115-165 lb. 40.00-44.75; sold by weight; bred gilts 150.00-172.00 per head. SHEEP: 40-60 lb. feeder lambs 18.00-20.75 per head; Cull to Good replacement ewes 8.00-22.00 per head. CHICAGO STOCKYARDS ATKINSON MARKET Volume: 1,700. Butcher Trend: $25-50c higher. No. 1-2: 200-225 $41.00-$41.50 No. 2-4: 190-240 $4O.50-$41.OO 240-270 _.$40.00-$40.75 280-300 $38.50-$39.75 Sow Trend: 50c-$l higher. 300-500 $35.00-$37.25 Boars: 350 lbs. up $35.25-$35.50 St. Louis Livestock ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 5,500; fully 25 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 41.75, 65 head 215-225 lb 42.00; No 1-3 200-230 lb 41.50, 230-250 lb 40.00-41.50. Cattle 2,500;. slaughter steers and heifers fully steady; mixed choice and prime steers 11251225 lb 47.2547.50; choice 9251250 lb 46.2547.25; mixed good and choice 900-1150 lb 45.0046.25; good 42.50 - 45.00; mixed choice and prime heifers 875950 lb 45.25-45.50, several 45.50, package around 925 lb 45.75; choice 800-1000 lb 44.25-45.25; mixed good and choice 750-900 b 42.5044.25; good 39.75-42.50; choice vealers 58.00-63.00; good 52.00-58.00. Sheep 150. Indiinapolli Llveitoek , INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Livestock* Hogs 2,300; 50 - 1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-235 lb 41.00 - 41.25; 85 head 41.50; No 1-3 200*250 lb 40.5041.00; No 2-3 230-270 lb 39.7540.50; No 24 260 - 295 lb 39.00-39.75; No 34 290 - 320 lb 38.00-39.00. Cattle and calves l,700f steers and heifers steady to 25 lower; choice steers 46.00 - 47.00; 2 packages high choice 47.25; good and choice 45.00 - 46.25; good 41.50-45.00; choice heifers 44.50 - 45.25; 2 packages high choice 45.50; good and choice 43.50-44.50; good 41.0043.50. Sheep 350; steady; choice and prime spring lambs 37.50-38.00; choice 56.50-37.50; good 35.0036.50. Chicago Grain Rang* CHICAGO (UPI)- Wheat and com were higher and soybeans mixed at noon today on the Board of Trade. Prices at Noon Wheat Jly " 2.73% up 5Vs Sep 2.72 up 4 Dec 2.71V4 up 3% Corn Jly 2.16 up 1V4 Sep 2.03Vfe up 3% Dec 1.95% up 3 J /4 Soybeans Jly 9.50 off 50 Aug 8.20 Sep 8.20 Nov 6.04 up 12 Mtreantilo exchange CHICAGO (UPI) - Futures on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Aug 48.30 47.67 44.20 47,52 Oct 48.80 47,90 48.75 47.80 Dec 49.30 48.55 49.30 48.30 Feb 49.47 48.50 49.47 48.47 Apr 49.22 48.3d 49.22 48.22 Live Hogs Jly 43.50 42.35 43.50 42.22 Aug 44.55 43.25 44.50 43.05 Oct 44.47 43.07 44.47 42.97 Dec 45.55 44.30 45.55 44.05 Feb 45.60 44.45 45.60 44.10 Apr 44.15 42.90 44,10 42.65 Jun 43.75 42.50 43.75 42.25 Jly 43.70 43.00 43.70 42.20 Chicago Produce CHICAGO (UPI)--Cheese: Processed loaf 70.25-79.25; single daisies 78 - 82; Swiss blocks 80-100 lb grade A 89-92 .50 B 87-90.50. CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest eggs: Steady; unchanged; extra large 60; large 58; medium 54; pullets 46; standard 49; checks 40. Treasury Accounts WASHINGTON (UPI) Withdrawals and deposits in Treasury accounts for the fiscal year through June 27: Wthdrwls $274,594,113,622.81 Deposits 251,198,486,601.40 Cash balance 12,821,581,745.58 Public debt 454,181,468,273.28 Grain Futures CHICAGO (UPI) - Grain range: High Low Close Prev. Wheat Jly Sep Dec Mar May Corn JJy Sep Dec Mar May Oats Jly Sep Dec 278% 271 278% 268% 278 270V4 278 268V4 277% 270 277% 267% 277% 269 277% 267% 271 263 271 261 224% 214% 221 215% 209% 202 209% 200 202V4 194% 202% 192% 203% 198% 203% 194 204 198% 204 194% 94% 100% 105 88% 94% 95% 99 100% 105 89 95% 101 Soybeans Jly Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar May 975 930 965 965 820 820 627% 594 816% 587 615 587 614% 587 950 965 820 621 615 614 611 1000 1005 860 592 567 587 586 ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Missouri produce: Eggs consumer Grade A arge 57 - 47, medium 40 - 51, small 3244; B large 42-53. Hens ice-packed broiler - fryers 42.65 - 43.50 for this week's delivery. St. Louis produce: Eggs wholesale Grade A arge 3840, standard 30-35, medium 30-35, unclassified 16-20. Joliet Livestock JOLIET, 111. (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 2,600; steers and heifers steady; high choice and prime steers 48.0048.50; choice 4748; mixed good and choice 45.7547; choice heifers 45.5046.75; good and choice 44.50-45.50; no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 800; 75 - 1.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 41.00 • 41.50; No 1-3 200-250 lb 40.50 - 41.00; No 34 306 lb 38.50. Tuesday estimated receipts: 800 cattle, 1,000 hogs. - WANTED Concrete & Block Work Phone 289-4630 Interior Hog Prices SPRINGFIELD (UPI) - Interior hogs: 130-200; mostly 50 higher; No 1-2 200-230 lb 40.2540.50; No 1-3 200-240 lb 39.75-40.25, liberal volume 40.0040.25; No 2-3 240260 lb 39.00-40.00. Dow Jones Averages NEW YORK (UPI) - Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT stock averages: 30 indus 883.50 off 8.21 20 trans 155.52 off 0.66 15 utils 101,10 off 1.02 65 stocks 268.90 off2.24 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 story beautiful 3 or 4 bedroom, living room, dining room, family room, large kitchen, l',4 baths, fireplace, and lot more extras. Home shown by appointment only at 1388 N. Broad. 343-8479. Mid 20's, Legal Notice NOTICE The Board of Review of Knox County, Illinois will receive complaints, which must be made in writing, signed and sworn to in triplicate and can be filed with the Clerk of said board each day (Sundays and legal Holidays excepted) up to and including August 1, 1973. Said filing of complaints must be between July 10th and August 1st, 1973. After August 1st, you will be notified as to the date and hour of hearings on your complaint. Hearings will be held in the office of the Board of Review on the third floor of the Court House in Galesburg, Illinois. By order of the Board of Review. Richard M. Burgland Chairman 7/2-9-16-23; 4T Stocks Low In Sluggish Early Trading NEW YORK (UPt) - Credit tightening moves by the Federal Reserve, a subsequent rise to an 8 per cent prime bank lending rate and renewed weakness in the dollar abroad sent stocks sharply lower in sluggish trading today on the New York Stock Exchange. Shortly before noon, the Dow Jones industrial average had dropped 8.58 to 883.13. Declines ran well ahead of advances, 732 to 361, among 1,459 issues traded. Volume slowed to around 4,500,000 shares through noon, compared with 5,150,000 shares Friday. Analysts said the Federal Reserve's tighUnoney policies extnplif ied by an all-time high 7 per cent discount rate, and an increase in its reserve requirements last Friday, have worried investors who fear the cost of doing business in the nation will go up, thus weighting down stock prices. They also were distressed, analysts said, by a rise of VK point to an 8 per cent prime lending rate by several leading banks, including New York's Chase Manhattan and First National of Chicago. Benguet Consolidated led the actives, up Yt to 4% on 109,200 shares. International Telephone & Telegraph Corp. was second, and lost % to 30 on 73,200 shares. S.S. Kresge, followed, off Vz at 33% on 84,300 shares. Prices on the American Stock Exchange declined in quiet trading. Syntex was the volume leader, and rose VA to 85% on 43,900 shares, followed by TWA warrants which declined % to 5% on 22,700 traded. Bankers Utilities Corp. was third, up % to 11 on 19,400 shares. On the Big Board, Gold mining issues benefitted from uncertainty over the dollar. ASA Ltd. advanced 1V4, and Dome Mines %. Computer issues turned downward. IBM fell AYi, Burroughs 1%, Honeywell V/s, and Sperry Rand 1%. J-J-PAINTERS FREE Estimates, References. Ph. Willie Jones 342-6036 DYNAP For Soy Beans AUo at CloMout Prlc* ATREX INNESS FARM GaUiburg, 111.—343-6462 Washington Bureaucrats New Detroit Ruling Body By EDWARD S. LECHTZIN DETROIT (UPI) - There have been complaints from automotive executives —both privately and in public —that Washington bureaucrats decide what cars will look like and how they will run. Business Today Sod For Sale LAN N HOLM'S TRUCKING 343-9275 or 343-3946 Entrance of the federal government into building cars was a "traumatic intrusion," says one Washington bureaucrat, who advises businessmen, both in the auto industry and elsewhere, to recognize that regulation is here to stay. Eric O. Stork; deputy assist ant administrator of the Envi ronmental Protection Agency, recently participated in a three day Environmental Activities Week seminar sponsored by Current Events Bring Reluctance To Stock Market NEW YORK (UPI) - Recent current events have brought reluctance to the stock market, according to Walston & Co. The firm said the Watergate affair has deepened the "already adverse psychological climate" on Wall Street. Other factors, the firm says, are rising inflation and interest rates. Wrights Investors' Service recommends a fully Invested position in top quality equities. The firm says it does this in the 'belief that they now offer a combined return of current income, growth of income, and price appreciation which is far superior to that which is available from dollar obligation investments." General Motors. It was supposed to show that fighting between the automaker and the government has ended. The theme Was set by the chief executive of the giant corporation, Chairman Richard C. Gerstenberg, who iaid that only a few barriers of misunderstanding and suspicion remain. That theme was shattered a few hours later as |GM president Edward N. Cole renewed a more familiar sound —one of shutdowns unless Congress rewrites the standards set in the Clean Air Act of 1970. Here To Stay Stork, the EPA executive, discounted doomsday talk but told the auto executives they had better get used to federal regulations. Stork also said it is an unrealistic expectation for auto* men to see federal regulation "as a bad dream, hoping they will soon awaken from the nightmare." "The public will continue to [demand that the government protect it from various hazards, and the government will continue to respond to these demands," said Stork. "In other words, regulation of the auto industry is here to stay. You might as well learn to live Iwith it." Pointing to commercial avia< tion and the food and drug industry as two areas which have adjusted to federal regula tion, Stork said auto executives TEAR IT DOWN SAVE TAXES Ph. 309-484-5751 For FREE Estimates of Building Removal FOR SALE RAILROAD CROSS TIES Call 343-2287 or 343-2832 Ask for Shirley Wonted To Buy FARM SCRAP IRON (WU1 Pick Up) Junk Cars Removed D&D SERVICES 529-9431 529.9493 MRS. LANE Palm Reader and Advisor 189 N. HENDERSON ST. (K«xt to Btuitdt Realty) 9 a.m. to 9 p .m. If you have any problem! MRS. LANE can help you I All readings confidential. For appointment! Call 342-6639 Watch for algn could take a hint from the men who control those industries. Stork described three ways in which auto executives react to being regulated—pure outrage, the ostrich approach and realization that there may be a problem. OM Recognising Problem The first accomplishes nothing, he said, since regulatory officials always can put on the white hat, paint the opposition black as pitch and win the argument. The ostrich approach of ignoring the problem and hoping it will go away also doesn't work, said Stork, because the problems usually becomes bigger and more unmanageable. To Its credit, said Stork, OM appears to be taking the third course—"recognition that there is a real problem to be solved by the new law, as well as an assumption that the people whose job it is to implement the law are probably about as honest, sincere and intelligent as anyone else." QUALITY PRECAST CONCRETE Manufactured In Galesburg Air Compressor Pads Survey Markers for items made to Special Prices Olven your exact specifications. GALESBURG CONCRETE MATERIAL CO. 1050 Monmouth Blvd. Ph. 343-3181 Removal of Trees STUMP REMOVAL TREE PLANTING TRIMMING - FEEDING SHADE TREES FOR SALE SOUTHARD TREE SERVICE 343-7618 — 342-8652 PUBLIC SALE Located At 217 S. Simmons St. Wataga, III. on SAT., JULY 7, 1973 12 NOON Lots of Antique clocks In good condition—some of them very rare& unusual. Watch repairman's bench, watch & clock repairman's tools. Other good pieces of Antique furniture including several pieces of walnut. Lots of other misc. Antiques & some good Household Items. CHARLES BEADLES, Owner JIM FOLGER. Auctioneer— WMiamilleld, III. Ph. M5-MTJ W»Jch lor Complete Listing in Thursday, July 5, RtgUier-Mlil PUBLIC SALE Located 2 Blocks West of Restaurant in Williamsfield, III. On Sun., July 8, 1973 AT 1:00 P.M. Antiques including: 2 goad show cases; some Antique pine furn.: other Antique furniture & other misc. Antiques, very good 30" electric stove & other household items. Marion (Hoxworth) Harden, Owner JIM FOLGER, Auctioneer—WllltamifUld, 111. Ph. 171-2373 Watch for Complete Listing in Thursday, July 9. RegUter-Mail MERCER COUNTY LIVESTOCK AUCTION VIOLA, ILL. THERE WILL BE NO SALE WED., JULY 4, 1973 Mercer Co. Livestock Auction Home of Locally Consigned Cattle. For Further Information, Phone Office Phone SM-2125 - Home 667-2218, Day or Night RONALD DOUBLER - Manager LLGREEN MAIN AT PRAIRIE 4th of July - Liquor Specials NOW THRU WEDNESDAY OPEN 4th 10 AM - 5 PM Th or in Off as SPECIAL THIS MONTH Imperial 349 5th 10 High 3 49 5th BACKYARD SALES Garage, Patio, Driveway, Batemenr, Front Room, Private Household Sales and ail other sales of this type must be in our office by noon the day before ad is to be published. GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL DISPLAY ADV. — Phone 343-7181 NOTICE Applications For APPRENTICE ELECTRICIANS Will Be Accepted July 2 thru July 13 Apply At 687 Lincoln St. Galesburg, III. Electricians Union 184 ARKLA "ROUSTABOUT" GASGRILL Save on portable or post-mounted grills Now you can have messless cookouts and more family fun with Arkla GasGrills, You get great charcoal flavor without charcoal mess.. • at 1 /lQth the cost of charcoal grilling. Right now you can save on one of these wonderful Arkla GasGrills at Tnermogas. Come in and look them over. For • tank plan with appeal, be sure and get our deal! 1242 S. West St. - Galesburg Phone 343-314$ OLD TAYLOR 5th 5 OIIIEYS VODKA -09 BARCADI RUM 4 » 5th 3 FWSCHMANS GIN 3 » 5th MATIUS WINE 5th 2" PABST Blue Ribbon 12'c 2 .~l M FALSTAFF * M , 89c Meisler Brau 12 -1 w

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